Ediz Hook in Port Angeles is a 3-mile-long sand spit that extends from the northern shore of the Olympic Peninsula. It features great views of the Olympic Mountains, and the Strait of Juan de Fuca. If you visit, be sure to keep your eyes out for the tribe of feral cats that inhabit this rugged, scenic landscape. They blend in well.
As you explore the Port Angeles area, you’ll likely run into other friendly locals.
Picturesque photo ops abound around every corner.
Lots to do in this Pacific Northwest playground.
Hike or Mountain Bike the Spruce Railroad Trail
Hike or Mountain Bike the Elwah River Area and Do the Coleville Flow
Explore Hurricane Ridge , Olympic National Park